Color schemes

The use of colors to create feelings and emotions. 

The primary colors make this painting non realistic. Blue and red are the dominant colors but there are varying tints and shades. I think the artist chose these colors to make a statement and stand out.
The secondary colors in this painting make and seem soft and flowy. The colors are realistic Green is the dominant color and there are different shades. I think the artist used these colors to make it soft
The cool colors make this painting seem cold and winter like. There are lots of shades and tints but the brown color is the dominant color. The artist used these colors to make it feel cold and like you're in snow.
The warm colors in this painting make it feel inviting. There are a lot of shades and the dominant color is red. The artist chose these colors so the painting would feel warm and inviting.
The colors in this painting are realistic. The dominant color is brown and there are tints in this painting. The artist used these colors to make the flowers come off the paper.
The colors in this painting are non-realistic. The dominant color is green. Maybe the artist used these colors to reflect a time in their life at a farm.
This painting is monochromatic. The colors are boring and dull but the dominant color is gray. There are lots of shades. I think the artist chose these colors to make us look at the techniques.
The purples and yellows in this painting are complementary. They create a contrast that creates dimension. The artist emphasized the colors and not the actual design.
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